DIEGO DI BERNARDO
PIER LUCA MAFFETTONE
PAOLO A. NETTI
||Stefano Guido received a Laurea in Chemical Engineering in 1989 at the University of Napoli “Federico II”, a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering in 1992 at the University of Minnesota, and a PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Napoli “Federico II” on biased cell migration in oriented collagen gels. He is currently Professor at the Department of Chemical, Materials and Production Engineering. He is also affiliated at the CEINGE Advanced Biotechnologies Center and at the Italian Institute of Materials Science and Technology. He has been visiting professor at several universities, including the University of California at Irvine, the University of Edinburgh and the University of Cambridge. He is currently involved in several European COST actions and in the ESA Topical Team on biomimetic and cellular systems. His main research interests are in interfacial behaviour of complex soft systems, with a special emphasis on cell motility, hemorheology and microfluidics techniques.
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- G. Tomaiuolo, M. Barra, V. Preziosi, A. Cassinese, B. Rotoli, S. Guido, “Microfluidics analysis of red blood cell membrane viscoelasticity”, Lab Chip, 11, 449-454 (2011)
- A. Pommella, S. Caserta, V. Guida, S. Guido, “Shear-induced deformation of surfactant multilamellar vesicles”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 108, 138301 (2012)
- 3. G. Tomaiuolo, G. Rusciano, S. Caserta, A. Carciati, V. Carnovale, P. Abete, A. Sasso, S. Guido, “A New Method to Improve the Clinical Evaluation of Cystic Fibrosis Patients by Mucus Viscoelastic Properties”, PLoS ONE, 9(1), e82297 (2014).
- A. Perazzo, V. Preziosi and S. Guido, Phase inversion emulsification: Current understanding and applications, Adv. Colloid Interface Sci., 222, 581-599 (2015)
- 5. R. D'Apolito, G. Tomaiuolo, F. Taraballi, S. Minardi, D. Kirui, X. Liu, A. Cevenini, R. Palomba, M. Ferrari, F. Salvatore, E. Tasciotti, S. Guido, Red blood cells affect the margination of microparticles in synthetic microcapillaries and intravital microcirculation as a function of their size and shape, J. Control. Release, 217, 263-72 (2015)